Welcome to Girlguiding Oxfordshire
With over 6,000 members, Girlguiding Oxfordshire is a thriving organisation, offering girls in the county the opportunity to build confidence, learn new skills and make friends for life in a unique, girls-only space.
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The Guiding Star Award 1st Hanney Brownies
The Guiding Star Award was presented to Mikayla Beames of 1st Hanney Briwnies. She is an inspirational young lady who has been suffering from a brain tumour for the last 4 years .
The week 26th to 31st July 2015 around 700 members of Girlguding Oxfordshire enjoyed a fantastic week camping at Quest 2015. Quest is a county camp, which takes place every five years. The camp is run by the adult volunteer members, who willing give up their time to make events like this happen. This year’s camp, at St Hugh’s School Carswell, took place after two and half years of planning. The hard work and attention to detail of all those involved led to a successful camp.
The Daily Quest
We all had a great time at #Quest 2015 and we hope you all did too.
We have now been able to share copies of The Daily Quest for you be able to have a copy for yourself.
A big thank you to everyone for a great camp.
Lisa, Katie, Roni and Sarah
The marketing and communications team
Congratulations to Elise Macey, who has been a Brownie for 3 years with 7th Abingdon Brownies, and has successfully completed all 57 of the Brownie interest badges.
Bake Off Finals
For the last six months members of Girlguiding Oxfordshire from all over the county have been practising their baking skills. Over the weekend 4/5 July the finalists came together to compete for the title of star Baker.
Eynsham Guides take on Cotswold Marathon
On the 8th of February 2015, Eynsham Guides took part in the Cotswold Marathon along with some Guides from Gloucester. The Cotswold Marathon is a Scout and Guide walk across Gloucester’s fields and hills in the dark.
Young Banbury Woman Takes Girlguiding Voting Campaign to Westminster
- Olivia Wypior speaks out at Parliament event attended by high-profile female politicians and BBC Radio One’s Gemma Cairney.
Guiding Recognition and Thanks
Recognition of commitment and dedication to guiding locally and national is for everyone. There are several types of awards including a thanks badge, good service brooch and long service awards. In addition to these there are Discretionary awards…
Friends of Girlguiding Oxfordshire
Girlguiding Oxfordshire is part of Girlguiding the largest voluntary organisation for girls and women in the UK which has been inexistence for over 100 years.
Friends of Girlguiding Oxfordshire are seeking enthusiastic members from both inside and outside Guiding.
Oxfordshire Guides 200 Club is run by Girlguiding Oxfordshire. All proceeds from the draw, after provision of prizes and legitimate expenses is devoted to furthering the objects of Girlguiding Oxfordshire, most recently the money has been used towards the up keep of Jubilee House. Applications to join the scheme can be made by completing and returning the form found here.
Participation in the scheme is open to all members of the association, the Trefoil Guild and all Friends of Guiding, aged 18 and over, upon payment of the annual fee.